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Oct 26, 2012 11:00pm EDT
'm real confused right now. last time four years ago was obama. now we still debating who it will be. >> reporter: this entire table of panera moms has already chosen their candidate, and their decision is split. the question now is which loudoun county will show up on the polls at election day, the one with conservative virginia roots or the newer economically and ethnically diverse ones. in ash burn, andrea mccarren, 9news. >> panera moms. interesting. we went from soccer moms to panera moms. >> what's next. >> i know what is next. >>> a big monster megacyclone. >> he loves that. >> he taught him a new term and he won't let go. >> here is the deal. we're looking at perhaps a little more rain, even though the scenario may take it a little further north. so i'm a little more concerned about flooding. the timetable pretty much the same monday and also tuesday. fortunately it will hang around for part of halloween. that's the way it looks like now. let's look at the spaghetti plot. it's my favorite graphic because it tells you so much. each line represented by a computer model, and tha
Oct 30, 2012 11:00pm EDT
but nobody knows how long this is going to take. you probably already know, president obama, he's going to be here in the area sometime tomorrow. this is bruce johnson reporting for 9 news. back to you guys. >> thanks, bruce. >>> new yorkers, they've seen it all, right? not this. this is a live picture of just some of the damage caused by sandy. new york city took a punch to the gut. a storm surge that sent a 14- foot wall of water crashing into lower manhattan. not just flooded streets and buildings, flooded tunnels and subway lines. winds so fierce they ripped the front right off a building in manhattan and they fueled a ferocious fire in breezy point queens. 80 homes reduced to ashes. a power plant exploding. lights out to a quarter million people. and to one of the most famous skylines in the world. tonight, new york is starting to get back on its feet. those floodwaters are receding. most bridges in and out of the big apple are back open. and full bus service resumes tomorrow in manhattan. but the subway still days from reopening. and tens of thousands of homes and businesses still
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